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Case File 1221DFON

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Left and Center: Murray, circa 1995; Right: Age-Progression to 28 (2006)

Mistie Nicole Murray
Missing since May 31, 1995 from Goderich, Ontario, Canada
Classification: Endangered Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Murray was last seen leaving her school on May 31, 1995. She was seen at school that day attending classes and visiting the nurse.

Mistie left behind a packed suitcase and, on her dresser $200 and dozens of photos, the prelude of what was supposed to have been a trip to Halifax to meet the family of the woman who had given her up for adoption when she was two.
Between 14:30  and 15.00 that day, Mistie placed a phone call from her high school to the elementary school where her mother taught. But she didn't leave a message. That was the last known time Mistie would be known to try to communicate with her parents.

The day after Mistie was last reported seen at home, a friend spoke to her in the Bargain Shop in Goderich. Three teenagers who knew Mistie told police they thought they saw her walking the next day, June 2, along Highway 8 from Goderich to Clinton. And another teen, a member of the same marching band as Mistie, said she spotted her in the crowd at the Clinton Fair on June 3, wearing a green Seaforth band jacket.

In the next two weeks there were at least 20 reported sightings of Mistie, or a teenager who looked like her, in London. She was reported seen near Dundas and Glebe streets, hanging out with street kids.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Ontario Provincial Police
Huron Detachment

Agency Case Number: 20060171

NCIC Number: M-840664677
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

Source Information:
The London Free Press

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